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Lineage OS unofficial nightlies for the OnePlus One!!​

These builds pick up where cm nightlies left off.
I've not made any changes to the source files, so these builds are vanilla Lineage. Builds are made from the repos located at https://github.com/LineageOS

Requirements: You must be running cm already, stable or nightly build.

FAQ:

Q: Can I flash this over a cm nightly that I'm already running?
A: Yes!

Q: Do I need to flash gapps if I was not using a nightly before?
A: Yes!

Q: Are otas available?
A: No, I don't have a server to host the otas on.
Edit: OTAs are now available starting from lineage-14.1-20170104-UNOFFICIAL-bacon.zip.

I plan to post nightlies every day until LineageOS gets a build server setup.

Downloads:
https://www.androidfilehost.com/?w=files&flid=140911
Mirror: https://programming4life.com/dl/bacon/

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LineageOS, ROM for the OnePlus One

Contributors
Programming4life
ROM OS Version: 7.x Nougat

Version Information
Status: Nightly

Created 2016-12-30
Last Updated 2017-01-23
 

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*I hope this thread gets merged with cm nightly for bacon*
 

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Thanks a lot! So odd question anyway you can make a user build instead of userdebug and with ro.debuggable = 0 ? Once the su disable patch makes it through should be able to run all the apps without deroot and using magisk I think if that's the case. Currently I have to use a bunch of magisk scripts to use Pokemon GO, Miitomo, Android Wear, and Android Pay but currently Android Pay doesn't seem to work but it might be because it's user debug not user according to what this one lineage os dev said.

Also, there are two other bugs YouTube gets stuck on 60fps videos. The last one is it can't play certain wav codec audio files that Allo uses for message sounds.

Other than these few bugs the cm14.1 builds have been almost perfect.
 
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Thanks a lot! So odd question anyway you can make a user build instead of userdebug and with ro.debuggable = 0 ? Once the su disable patch makes it through should be able to run all the apps without deroot and using magisk I think if that's the case. Currently I have to use a bunch of magisk scripts to use Pokemon GO, Miitomo, Android Wear, and Android Pay but currently Android Pay doesn't seem to work but it might be because it's user debug not user according to what this one lineage os dev said.

Also, there are two other bugs YouTube gets stuck on 60fps videos. The last one is it can't play certain wav codec audio files that Allo uses for message sounds.

Other than these few bugs the cm14.1 builds have been almost perfect.

I pass safety net just fine with magiskhide activated.

Just flash the unsu script by osmosis (http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=63615067) and afterwards install magisk and phh superuser zips (don't forget to download the phh superuser app from google play) and enable magisk hide in magisk manager.

Can't talk about android pay though as it's not available in germany
 
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I pass safety net just fine with magiskhide activated.

Just flash the unsu script by osmosis (http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=63615067) and afterwards install magisk and phh superuser zips (don't forget to download the phh superuser app from google play) and enable magisk hide in magisk manager.

Can't talk about android pay though as it's not available in germany
Passing SafetyNet let's you play Pokemon GO it doesn't let you use Android Pay or Miitomo.

Miitomo detects that ro.debuggable = 1 in the kernel. There is a magisk script I use to fix this however.

Android Pay requires other things and I was hoping to get a regular user build to see if the gui pops up when I try to use it at a terminal. Currently nothing happens if you touch a terminal even though you pass SafetyNet and can add a card to it. NFC works normally for everything else.

What I was told here https://review.lineageos.org/#/c/154019/

"PGo only detects su and removing (or even renaming) it does the trick. As for Android Pay, it indeed only works in user builds with release keys and verifiedbootstate has to be hidden: https://review.lineageos.org/#/c/152044/."

We have a thread about this for our device. Myself and a few others are trying to get to the bottom of the actual problem and try and fix it. http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=3504989
 
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    Deprecated take a look at this post

    Lineage OS unofficial nightlies for the OnePlus One!!​

    These builds pick up where cm nightlies left off.
    I've not made any changes to the source files, so these builds are vanilla Lineage. Builds are made from the repos located at https://github.com/LineageOS

    Requirements: You must be running cm already, stable or nightly build.

    FAQ:

    Q: Can I flash this over a cm nightly that I'm already running?
    A: Yes!

    Q: Do I need to flash gapps if I was not using a nightly before?
    A: Yes!

    Q: Are otas available?
    A: No, I don't have a server to host the otas on.
    Edit: OTAs are now available starting from lineage-14.1-20170104-UNOFFICIAL-bacon.zip.

    I plan to post nightlies every day until LineageOS gets a build server setup.

    Downloads:
    https://www.androidfilehost.com/?w=files&flid=140911
    Mirror: https://programming4life.com/dl/bacon/

    XDA:DevDB Information
    LineageOS, ROM for the OnePlus One

    Contributors
    Programming4life
    ROM OS Version: 7.x Nougat

    Version Information
    Status: Nightly

    Created 2016-12-30
    Last Updated 2017-01-23
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    Downloads have been moved!!!

    Announcement: The downloads have been moved to mediafire. Check the main post for the download links. I can't upload to xda anymore, no idea as to why. I've always had issues with xda.
    Also happy new year to everyone :D

    Edit: FInally got a server to host on. Now all downloads can be found at: https://programming4life.com/dl/bacon/
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    Finally got a server to host downloads on!!

    Announcement 2: All downloads can now be found here https://programming4life.com/dl/bacon/
    Now that I have a server to host stuff on I may setup OTAs :D
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    Announcement

    There is going to be no build this weekend. As the Lineage OS team has said official builds should start this weekend, and I don't want to have to pay for bandwidth if I can avoid it :) Please donate, the links for donating can be found in my signature :D . If for whatever reason official builds don't start by monday i'll resume uploading builds.
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    So how often should a lay person flash a new build?

    Thanks.

    Just because there are no changes "specific" to our device, that does not mean there aren't changes throughout to things common to all devices.
    There are changes to these common items pretty much daily.
    As an example the monthly security updates, snap camera, etc. All have changes but not specific to the OPO.
    Flash at least monthly once the security updates are rolled in, then maybe every 2 weeks or weekly at most.

    There are changes to common packages. You are probably only looking at android_device_oneplus_bacon and android_kernel_oneplus_msm8974.

    No, I looked at all merged commits. There are many commits for various devices (not for opo) and their kernels. However, nothing or almost nothing in common packages so far. One thing proves no changes - first boot after upgrade is usually as fast as nomal boot. This means actually (almost) the same has been flashed. No need to optimize any apps at boot
    For example, comparing yesterday and today build: no any single commit merged for device oneplus, kernel oneplus and any common package. So actually yesterday build is equal today build.

    I also can't see any new commit merged today. Only commits for other deviced and no commits for common packages. So tommorow build will be the same as today one. Really, I see no reason to keep building it everyday.

    Can you guys please create a new thread and talk about this there thanks :)
    My opinion.
    • Should I flash everyday? Your choice. Flash a new build whenever you want. I my self used to flash cm-14.1 weekly. The builds that I post currently I usually flash my self first before uploading it just in case its a bad build.
    • Is there always a new commit/change everyday? Yes, believe it or not there is a new commit almost everyday. The commit maynot be a big bug fix/feature, but there's usually a commit each day. Android is VERY large with many small git repos coming together to make android. You can find the list of all "base" android repos that make up android here https://github.com/LineageOS/android/blob/cm-14.1/default.xml There are also more repos that are not llisted at the url.